Highlighted in this issue is the first convocation ceremonies for the O. A. C. held in Guelph, at the War Memorial Hall. Included is a panoramic photograph of the Class of 1926 and all of the attending dignitaries. Agricultural articles pertain to the failure of co-operative marketing and creating a hemp industry in Western Canada. Horticultural articles address growing Phlox, and horticultural interests in Quebec. Students of the class of 1927 contribute the rest of the articles including an account of the annual St. Patrick's Day "Tie Fight". Campus news includes President Reynolds speech at the Farewell Banquet. The Alumni column provides an update of various alumni banquets and alumni activities. The Macdonald Institute column includes the results of the Mac Hall elections and alumnae updates.
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Description_tableofcontentsWhat kills cooperation; Hemp in Western Canada; Growing hardy Phlox; The horticultural interests in Quebec; Correspondence from a wealthy Scotch, Glengarry landlord to his city tenant; "Third Year Journalism" the tearing of the green; Telephoning Mac. Hall; Our faculty; The good old days; "Tea and toast for two, please"; Broad training is given to O. A. C. students; We are seven (L) Michx; Why some men prefer stag banquets; Some interesting facts about the O. A. C.; Editorial; College life; Macdonald; Alumni; Locals; advertising;
EditorL. C. Young; H. G. Tillman; D. F. Putman; H. G. Master; N. I. Clark; E. C. Beck; G. C. Warren; G. B. Hood; W. R. Graham; E. Wilkes; H. J. Colson; D. A. Andrew; A. A. Kingscote; E. H. Garrard; R. W. Thompson; Miss M. Whittington; Miss F. Parsons;